@Alexander_96 well, Philosophy, as I would describe is the "Thinking about things most conteporary people wouldn't willingly think about during their life time". It is important by the fact that you can live without learning why most things that happen during your life time happens, But it makes life easier and smoothly if you do know WHY things are happening, and you can know the "Whys" by studying philosophy from the past. You can also try to philosophy about the present and the future, but that require some sort of passion and insight.
@Shawn-q oh yeah whereabouts? If you click on my icon and hit the plus sign you will follow me, that means you can pm me so anything you are unsure of gimme a shout and I'll be glad to help. Im sure you'll find your feet pretty quickly though
The language is real easy... actually it might be even easier than many european languages. There is no plural, no past tense, no future tense, not even masculin and feminin. Heck, they don't have gender issues at all with the language :joy:
The two alphabets and the kanji symbolic writing systems are hard though IMHO... or maybe not hard, it's just that you have to retain at least 20.000 different of these: 漢字
So speaking is easy, reading/writing is a challenge...
@pe7erpark3r haha this is funny. Hmm we are still the masters of our fate and the captain of our souls. Our future will depend on what we did or what are the decisions we had from the past.. I believe our yesterday mold us to be ready and wise for tomorrow. We have the free will to be morally right or wrong , free will to believe or not, etc. From the moment we have survived the race when we're still spermatozoa til now that we decided not to end life, we are practicing our free will.
You should tell me to get a life and maybe say something cool like ummmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm
"What you know about love?
What you know about life?
What you know about blood?
Witch, you ain't even my type"